well and I think we were lucky that they did not breathalise anyone. The afternoon saw us wind our way back slightly inland to the Bron Eifion Hotel at Criccieth. Again the horses went a bit further to their stables at Llanystumdwy.The final day dawned as had all the previous ones bright and sunny and we struck out on the final twenty four miles to our destination. Again some hills were tackled with passengers off and a lost shoe caused a slight delay, but our lunch stop of Rhyd y Clafdy was reached in good time. Here we picked up our Abersochian guests and after a delicious lunch took the back roads into Abersoch. Narrow lanes with ditches, and a couple of steep descents were all achieved with no problems though the drag shoe on the Monarch was getting seriously thin. Rod took the reins of the Monarch as we pulled into the Village of Abersoch to a tremendous reception. Not a dry eye in the house, The horses had been amazing not one ailment, keen and up for it throughout the trip. The weather, the stunning scenery and the comradeship and good company had made for a memorable tour.Every evening we had been entertained with readings from Reynardson's Down the Road, and with our MC Chris awarded his medals of merit for achievements during the day, the sillier the better.